Moving Washington Timeline: The First Century of the Washington State Department of Transportation, 1905-2005

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HistoryLink, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 127 pages
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From wagon trails to interstate highways, this book retraces how the leaders and employees of the Washington State Department of Transportation and their predecessors helped to shape WashingtonÕs transportation system during a century of technological revolution and dramatic transformation of its communities and landscapes. WashingtonÕs transportation system includes one of the nationÕs finest road networks, an internationally renowned ferry system, passenger and freight rail, statewide airports, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and a myriad of other programs. Walt Crowley is the author of more than a dozen books on Northwest history and is director of HistoryLink.org, the free, nonprofit encyclopedia of state and local history in Washington. Kit Oldham is a staff historian for HistoryLink and a lawyer.

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Contents

Section 1
1907
Section 2
1914
Section 3
1923
Copyright

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Walt Crowley is the author of more than a dozen books on Northwest history and is director of HistoryLink.org, the free, nonprofit encyclopedia of state and local history in Washington. Kit Oldham is a staff historian for HistoryLink and a lawyer.

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